How the U.S Government is manipulating information regarding the BP Oil Spill in the Gulf of Mexico!
According to Natural News, the panel of 16 experts appointed by Congress to assess the damage caused by the BP oil Spill in the Gulf of Mexico highlighted how the government’s initiative to assess the situation is ineffective. They also stated that the government did not take adequate account of the damages done to marine life, coastal fishing areas and the environment as a whole. They made their entire statement in a report to the National Research Council. They also emphasized how the government’s current methods of putting a price tag on the most sweeping eco-disaster in a generation are inadequate.
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As per CNN reports, the U.S. government has issued a new rule whereby any reporter, photographer, journalist or any media person is prohibited to take photos of the oil spill in the Gulf as well as report about it. This new step is a complete violation of how the media should operate by curbing down their right to report the facts and happenings around the world. Anyone caught will be subjected to arrest, along with a $40,000 fine and prosecution for a federal felony crime.
With this rule, the government is trying to cover up the Gulf oil spill by shaping, framing and distorting the information as per their image maintenance. It is preventing the public from learning the truth.
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Surprisingly, compared to well established media agencies like CNN and Fox, normal, small media houses are asking and raising the more relevant questions on this issue. Although CNN and Fox are doing their part, they are unable to delve deeper into the issue and seek immediate or relevant answers, whereas most of the blogs and post sites are handling the issue in a better manner.
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